The ARDA advocacy team is active on the local, state, federal, and international levels to ensure that the interests of the timeshare industry are effectively represented within the legislative process. Our strength in advocacy is exhibited in our ability to speak with one voice to promote the industry and educate key decision-makers on this important sector of the hospitality industry. Below are some of the issues affecting our industry today.
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ARDA passed legislation in Virginia, Senate Bill 584 to clarify that certain trust-based timeshare products are covered under the Virginia Timeshare Act and are required to be registered in the state
COVID-19 presented unprecedented challenges for timeshare HOAs who were forced to alter their operations by restricting owner use or even closing entirely
After passing with overwhelming bipartisan support in the House of Representatives and Senate in 2019, President Trump signed the Telephone Robocall Abuse Criminal Enforcement and Deterrence (TRACED) ...
Brand USA’s funding, which is authorized through 2027, promotes the United States' destinations internationally at no cost to the taxpayer though private sector contributions, matching funds, and an i...
To ensure that terrorism losses don’t paralyze the economy, ARDA effectively lobbied for the Terrorism Risk Insurance Act (TRIA) — which requires certain commercial insurance plans to cover terrorist ...